Resonance: The Wastes Where Life Began

Our newest Resonance post covers a song from the recently released Kirby and the Forgotten Land, my new personal favorite game in the Kirby series.  One of the game’s many positives is its awesome soundtrack and subtle world-building, with prime examples of both being found in the desert known as the Wastes Where Life Began…

Kirby Works Extremely Well in Three Dimensions

Having long since grown bored of the tired old Kirby formula, Kirby and the Forgotten Land has brought a much needed change to a series that’s grown a bit stale.  Not so very long ago, I reviewed the game’s demo, and I’ve now returned to talk about my full experience with the pink puffball’s new…

Kirby and the Forgotten Land: Demo Review

Recently, I reviewed the demo for Kirby Star Allies.  As charming as it was, it didn’t offer enough unique content to make it stand out from countless other Kirby games.  Fortunately, Kirby and the Forgotten Land is a completely different story.

Kirby Star Allies: Demo Review

Although I generally enjoy the Kirby series, I don’t buy most of the games because they feel so similar.  Fortunately, Kirby Star Allies gave me the opportunity to try the game out for free so I could decide whether or not it was worth my money.  Based on my time with the demo, I’d probably…

New Screenshots, Art Shown for Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Nintendo showed-off quite a few interesting things during last week’s Nintendo Direct. There was video for Splatoon 3, revivals of old cult classics like Klonoa and Front Mission, and even new footage for Kirby and the Forgotten Land. This game in particular was already interesting, and it only got moreso with the new video and…

The Duck’s Most Anticipated Games for 2022

A new year of gaming is upon us, and today, the Duck shall be discussing some of my top anticipated games that will be releasing in 2022 (in no particular order)!  While some of them will be no surprise, I’ve made sure to round out the list with a few lesser known titles, with trailers…

Listmas 2021: The Duck’s Top Relaxing Games

Around the holiday season, we all like to relax and spend time with family.  Or, if you’re a gamer like us, then you probably want to relax and spend time with some video games, and if your family insists on joining you, then…well, that’s what multiplayer games are for!  Today, the Duck shall be listing…

Uncanny Accounts: The Darker Side to Kirby

Hey, folks, I’m going to be completely upfront with you about this one.  I’m writing about creepy lore in the Kirby series.  And before you laugh and walk away, bear with me for a moment longer.  Sure, at first glance, Kirby might seem like the cutest franchise to have ever existed.  But when you recall…

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 Review

For the last ten years, Kirby’s Dream Land 3 and I have kept passing each other by, with no more than mere glances in the other’s direction before ultimately going our separate ways.  Whether in the form of a physical SNES cartridge or a quick download vie the Wii U Virtual Console, I have had…